Dolpo From Beni Trek

Annapurna Holiday Planner offers Dolpo from Beni, one of the most unique trekking in the mid wild west of Nepal, starting with a scenic drive to sub-tropical of Pokhara valley a tourist haven with its picturesque surrounding with pristine Phewa and Begnas lake in the shadow of great Himalayan range of Annapurna and Manaslu and Lamjung Himal towards north, from here driving for few hours to another warm areas of Baglung Beni town for overnight stop.

From this town of Beni following the Mygdi river to Darbang where this classic journey begins in Nepal’s mid west high hills on less visited and traveled by western trekkers, this route to lower Dolpo from Beni and Dhorpatan is an exploration adventure, walk leads to several passes of over 4, 500 meters and reaching at Nepal’s last Wildlife Hunting Reserve at Dhorpatan midway between Dolpo in the Tibetan plateau and Dhaulagiri Himal range, from here onwards to highest inhabited land of Dolpo. Geographically a southern extension of Tibet, it lies within the borders of the kingdom of Nepal, since 1984 has been the country’s largest national park and conservation, the park sustains an abundance of wild life including Musk Deer, Himalayan Blue Sheep and the legendary elusive Snow Leopard, as well as being home to a fascinating race of Tibetan speaking people, highlanders of Dolpo are traders and then reaching at Tarakot and Dunai the main town and headquarter of Dolpo area, and concluding this outmost and overwhelming trip at Jhupal for the flight back to Kathmandu with super panorama of mountains during the flight to Kathmandu after the Dolpo from Beni trekking an adventure and experience of a life time with Annapurna Holiiday Planner.


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